• Please click on the orange 'Home Learning' tab above to access websites to support your child's learning.  

PSHE

PSHE Documents

 

 

Image result for policy Click to view the PSHE policy.

 

  Image result for overview     Click to view the whole school PSHE overview.

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Click the links below to view the progression overviews for each theme covered in PSHE.

 -  Mental health and well being

 -  Physical health and well being 

 -  Keeping safe and managing risk

 -  Identity society and equality

 -  Careers, financial capability and economic well being

 -  Drug alcohol tobacco education

 

 

PSHE - useful websites

 

 

 

 

Click on any of the pictures below to check out some really useful websites to support PSHE learning.

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PSHE News 

 

 

Home learning support during coronavirus school closure

Some areas of the PSHE curriculum are more relevant and suitable to be reinforced at home during the school closures - below are a variety of links and ideas to support during these difficult times.

Please do use Class dojo, Tapestry or contact school on 378 3100 / info@swinnowprimary.com or by text 0786 000 4869 if you need to talk something through, ask a question or seek some help - we are here to help 

Dealing with feelings and emotions

Helping children and young people cope with the information and changes related to the Coronavirus can be a huge challenge. From social distancing and quarantine to school closures and increased awareness of infection and hygiene – there is a lot to process for children and families

   Click or the latest government guidance and support for parents during the pandemic 

 

  Click here for a children's story to help understand the current changes 

 

   Click here for a NHS comic about feelings during the changes 

 

   Click here for a self care kit from Sheffield children's NHS 

 

Children's sadness can be disguised as:

  • Anger  an annoyance with the world or elements in it (e.g., "This stupid remote doesn't work!")
  • Resistance  refusing to go along with the "new order," trying to get power and control in a world that feels out of control (e.g., "I'm not doing four math pages; I'm only doing one!")
  • Displaced frustration  being frustrated at the situation (e.g., social distancing), but taking it out on something entirely different (e.g., yelling about a bedtime, yelling at a sibling, yelling about what they're having for dinner)
  • Roughhousing  taking out feelings in a physical way (e.g., pile on top during a football game)
  • Boredom  saying "I'm bored" (often code for "I'm sad")
  • Numbness  checking out, wanting to sleep or zone out to TV, wanting to "veg out" on electronics or otherwise ("I don't want to go for a walk! I'm tired!")

 

      

  How to cope with tantrums - NSPCC guide and information 

 

   Childline Calm Zone - click to enter -lots of activities, videos and links

 

Physical Health and Well being 

 Eating well 

            

Eating well is hard when you are home all day - we are more likely to snack or eat more and we are possibly less active, take a look at the tips on this 'mindful eating' poster to help. 

 

 Sleep

Sleep is good for mental and physical health so trying to maintain some bedtime routine should be positive, both for children and adult. 

The school nurse and health visiting  team have a revised offer of support

  

Please click the link above for their offer and contact numbers  

 

 

 Dental hygiene

Because of coronavirus (COVID-19), all routine dental treatment has been stopped at the moment.

If you think you need urgent dental treatment:

  • call your dentist
  • use the 111 online service if you cannot contact your dentist or you do not have one

Find out how to get medical help from home

 

 Keeping safe and Managing risk 

 

 Online safety  -with home learning there is likely to be an increase in use of technology to assist, please ensure you are checking and ensuring your child is safe whilst accessing the internet. 

Click below for further information 

      

 

 

First aid  

 If you or your child are unwell please use the NHS 111 online or telephone service

If you or your child have an accident that requires medical attention please do so either via NHS 111 or Accident and emergency